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Systemair RVK Extractor Fans

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SKU: 91362
Regular price £79.99
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RVK Grow Room Fans

Systemair RVK Fans no longer need to be wired up - you just require a separate IEC Lead & Plug

Climate control can be easy and affordable – the German made RVK Systemair Extractor Fans see to that.

They’re robust, powerful and quiet, yet extremely low cost. You’ll connect and install them in no time at all. It’s no wonder they’re our bestselling fan!

Believe us, they will not let you down. They’ve been tried and tested time and time again – they’re virtually indestructible with airtight casing! Yours will safely run for 24 hours a day without stopping

You won’t find a fan this good for such a low cost anywhere else. It’s an absolute must for entry-level growers! Experienced growers still swear by them.

  • Designed to run 24/7
  • Easily connects to carbon filters and silencers
  • It’s a bestseller!
  • Systemair – a trusted brand
  • Quiet with low vibration
  • Maintenance-free and highly reliable
  • Ideal as an extractor fan and intake fan
  • Speed-controllable
  • Integral thermal contacts
  • Flexible! Can be installed in any position
  • Mounting bracket included

Try A Complete Kit

To make life easy, opt for a Professional Extraction Kit - you get an RVK Extractor Fan, a CarboAir 50 Carbon Filter, 5m Power Cable, 5m Combi Ducting, a Fast Clamp and a Quick Release Duct Clip.

You Will Also Need

Choosing Your Fan

  • Use one fan to draw air out of your grow room
  • Use air vents or a second, smaller RVK extractor fan to draw air in

Please see ‘The Tech’ to work out which size fans you need.

Choosing A Carbon Filter

To remove foul odours, you need to use a carbon filter with your extractor fan. Make sure your carbon filter’s spigot/flange size is the same as that in your extractor fan. Here are the carbon filters compatible with each fan: 

100mm (4") RVK100 A1 Extractor Fan - 184m3/hour: CarboAir 50 100/330
125mm (5") RVK125 A1 Extractor Fan - 220m3/hour: CarboAir 50 125/330
150mm (6") RVK150 A1 Extractor Fan - 430m3/hour: CarboAir 50 150/330
150mm (6") RVK150 L1 Extractor Fan - 720m3/hour: CarboAir 50 150/660
200mm (8") RVK200 A1 Extractor Fan - 796m3/hour: CarboAir 50 200/660
250mm (10") RVK250 L1 Extractor Fan - 1134m3/hour: CarboAir 50 250/660
315mm (12.5") RVK315 A1 Extractor Fan - 1362m3/hour: CarboAir 50 315/660

The Tech

100mm (4") RVK100 A1 Extractor Fan - 184m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 184m3/h
• Flange size: 99mm
• Max power consumption: 29W
• Sound pressure level at 3 m: 34.5 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50Hz
• Phase: 1~
• Input power: (P1) 29.1 W
• Current: 0.171 A
• R.p.m: 2482
• Weight: 1.8kg
• Max. temperature of transported air: 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled: 70°C
• Insulation class: B
• Enclosure class, motor: IP44

125mm (5") RVK125 A1 Extractor Fan - 220m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 220 m3/h
• Flange size: 124mm
• Max power consumption: 29W
• Sound pressure level at 3m: 37.5 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50Hz
• Phase: 1 ~
• Input power (P1): 29.2W
• Current: 0.172 A
• R.p.m: 2469
• Weight: 1.8kg
• Max. temperature of transported air 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled 70°C
• Insulation class: B
• Insulation class: B
• Enclosure class, motor :IP44

150mm (6") RVK150 A1 Extractor Fan - 430m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 430 m3/h
• Flange size: 149mm
• Max power consumption: 60W
• Sound pressure level at 3m: 40.6 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50 Hz
• Phase: 1 ~
• Input power (P1): 59.6W
• Current: 0.262 A
• R.p.m.: 2437
• Capacitor: 2 µF
• Weight: 2.7kg
• Max. temperature of transported air: 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled: 70°C
• Insulation class: B
• Enclosure class, motor: IP44

150mm (6") RVK150 L1 Extractor Fan - 720m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 720m3/h
• Flange size: 149mm
• Max power consumption: 109W
• Sound pressure level at 3 m: 44.8 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50 Hz
• Phase: 1 ~
• Input power (P1): 109W
• Current: 0.48 A
• R.p.m.: 2527
• Capacitor: 3 µF
• Weight : 3.2kg
• Max. temperature of transported air: 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled: 70°C
• Insulation class: F
• Enclosure class, motor: IP44 IP
• Energy class, basic unit: E
• Energy class, basic unit option: C
• ErP ready: ErP 2016/ErP 2018

 

200mm (8") RVK200 A1 Extractor Fan - 796m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 796 m3/h
• Flange size: 199mm
• Max power consumption: 104W
• Sound pressure level at 3 m: 42 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50 Hz
• Phase: 1 ~
• Input power (P1): 104W
• Current: 0.46 A
• R.p.m.: 2495
• Capacitor: 3 µF
• Weight : 3.3kg
• Max. temperature of transported air: 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled: 70°C
• Insulation class: F
• Enclosure class, motor: IP44
• Energy class, basic unit: E
• Energy class, basic unit option: B
• ErP ready: ErP 2016/ErP 2018

250mm (10") RVK250 L1 Extractor Fan - 1134m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 1134 m3/h
• Flange size: 249mm
• Max power consumption: 159W
• Sound pressure level at 3 m: 41.9 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50 Hz
• Phase: 1 ~
• Input power (P1): 159 W
• Current: 0.691 A
• R.p.m: 2531
• Capacitor: 4 µF
• Weight: 3.9kg
• Max. temperature of transported air: 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled: 70°C
• Insulation class: F
• Enclosure class, motor: IP44 IP
• Energy class, basic unit: E
• Energy class, basic unit option: B
• ErP ready: ErP 2016/ErP 2018

315mm (12.5") RVK315 A1 Extractor Fan - 1362m3/hour

• Max. airflow: 1362 m3/h
• Flange size: 314mm
• Max power consumption: 222W
• Sound pressure level at 3 m: 45 dB(A)
• Voltage: 230V
• Frequency: 50 Hz
• Phase: 1 ~
• Input power (P1): 222W
• Current: 0.971 A
• R.p.m.: 2696
• Capacitor: 5 µF
• Weight : 5.2 kg
• Max. temperature of transported air: 70°C
• Max. temperature of transported air when speed-controlled: 70°C
• Insulation class: B
• Enclosure class, motor: IP44 IP
• ErP ready: ErP 2018/ErP 2016 

How to Use

Connect a Power Lead to the Fan

The fan comes with an IEC connection, you will need to use a power cable to connect it to power. Buy 5m IEC plug & Lead separately here.

Identify the Direction of Air Flow
Air needs to travel out of your growing area for extraction, or into your growing area for intake. There’s an arrow on the fan’s case to show you which way the air travels. 

Connecting up the Equipment
Attach a suitable length of ducting to the exhaust side of the fan, using a duct clip and then feed the ducting through the duct port in your tent, or to the area you wish to vent to.

Attach the other end of the fan to your filter using a fast clamp or small piece of ducting and a duct clip.

Hanging the Extraction System
It can be difficult getting the system into position on your own, but not impossible – we recommend using rope ratchets.

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  • could you tell me what wattage the 6 inch RVK 150 LI extractor fan is thanks

    The RVK150L1 is rated @ 115 Watts.

  • I have a 17m3 grow room with two 600 watt lights, what sort of exchange am I looking for... is a 6"rvk150a1 420m3 used with a carbon filter as my out let and a 160mm acoustic 390m3 used as my inlet enough?? I have had heat problems this summer!

    These fans should be fine for running 2 x 600W lights, In summer, we would advise running air cooled lights during summer to help woth heat problems.

  • I realise it is an awkward factor to accurately convey, but roughly how loud are your extractor fans? For example is the RVK 100 going to be much louder than an average desktop PC? Thanks.

    The LTI Systemair RVK extractor fans are very quiet for the amount of air that they move. The RVK100 would be a bit noisier than the fan in a desktop PC, if they are used in conjunction with acoustic ducting, the noise is further reduced. We also offer silencers for larger RVK fans.

  • Can I use a cool tube and filter using only one extractor fan?

    You can use 1 cool tube in conjunction with a filter. You would need to connect the filter to the fan, & the cooltube last. It is worth noting that you would need to clean the inside of the cooltube every couple of weeks, as particles of carbon will be drawn through the fan from the filter over time.

  • when im wiring my fan ,i have got three wires but only 2 connections on my fan which are live and neutral where do i put the earth wire ? the fan is a rvk125e2-a1

    Hi, you would only need to use the live & neutral wires with this fan, it is best to trim the earth wire.

  • If i only have an input and output hole of 125mm can i use a larger say a 150mm or 200mm fan to increase the volume of air being sucked in/out through that hole or am i stuck with a 125mm fan and filter because of the surface area of the input and output holes?

    As a general rule, you would want a more powerful output fan than the intake. You could use a larger extractor fan with this setup, & use a reducer to take the output down to a 125mm size.

  • What is the best way to hang or support the extractor fan in a budbox tent?

    The easiest way to attach these is by attaching a loop of heavy duty chain to the mounting bracket. There are instructions on both the NFT expert kit page, & the Budbox Basic Kit page on the site.